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  1. I have thought about this as well, but sometimes I'm okay and others I'm not. I haven't really noticed a difference in reaction in certain alcohols.
  2. Thank you for your response! I like to think a drink here and there is fine, but the guilt after is always tough to deal with knowing that you did it to yourself. But that is actually a great idea. Thank you for this! I really appreciate your response!
  3. Thank you so much! I have read that as well and I have tried to do that as it does help me a little bit. I think it is better for me to avoid it entirely as it does make me crash for at least a day or two after. Thank you again for your response!
  4. Hello all, I am somewhat newly diagnosed with dysautonomia. I went undiagnosed for roughly 3 years so I'm extremely grateful to have found some answers.ing the al I have always noted that when my diet gets thrown off (i.e. eating a lot of carbs, sugar, alcohol, etc) I experience a flare up of symptoms for about a week or so after. I am 22 years old and avoiding the alcohol is especially hard. I have never been a heavy drinker at all. but there are times where I do feel that I want to be a "normal" guy in my 20s. I know that avoiding these triggers (esp alcohol) is essential to
  5. Thank you so much for your response! I'm really glad I'm not the only one who experiences this. I do notice that I have to plan out before and after if I'm trying to plan something out that's a little more "inclusive" as well. Thank you again for your response. I'm somewhat new to this thread and just got a diagnosis a couple weeks ago so I'm still trying to familiarize myself with everything. Everyone here has been very kind in their responses.
  6. Ah! Thank you for your response. I was afraid I was alone in this. For some reason, I do notice that the driving and stimulating events do take some energy out of me. I think part is stress (because I partly know how it will make me feel after). But thank you again! I don't feel so alone with this now.
  7. Does anyone else have this problem where they will be out socializing and their symptoms flare up? It's weird because I will be talking and I start to feel very light-headed, my face will get tingly, my sinuses get congested, my body feels really stiff and warm but no fever and it's hard to concentrate. I almost feel like I'm tipsy..... I'm sure this has a little bit to do with social stress, but I was wondering if anyone else has this happen to them when they talk a lot as well and if it's normal. Thank you!
  8. Yeah I agree. It feels good to be able to finally get some sort of a diagnosis, but I do want to know what exactly is causing my symptoms (the underlying). I am a young male and I do not have much knowledge on the subject matter. However, I do hope that you can figure out a cause to your symptoms as everyone deserves to know what their body is telling them! Thank you for your response and encouragement. It is much appreciated ! Good luck to you on your journey
  9. Ohh my apologies. I misunderstood. But please keep me updated! I wish the best of luck to you and I hope to head an update from you.
  10. Yeah absolutely. That is my main concern as well moving forward: trying to find the underlying cause. I was actually just tested for carcinoid tumors and that test came back negative. So you're essentially saying that because I'm a male and I'm younger, that you feel that the underlying cause may be more serious? I was told by my Dr that IBS can be an underlying cause. I've had a lot of stomach problems and was tested for Celiacs and they did an endoscopy and colonoscopy of my stomach only to find mild acid reflux. I also believe I am gluten intolerant. Let me know what you think of all
  11. Thank you for your response! I am very lucky to be able to workout and stay active. Im trying to do everything I can without pushing myself too far. Ive been hearing that exercise is the best medicine. It's inspiring to hear people like you that still make exercise a priority, no matter what it is. Thank you for your input and for sharing. Best of luck to you
  12. Thank you for your response! I am glad to hear that your program is helping you with symptoms. I am trying to focus more on the core and balance training for sure as I know that's an important aspect of the wellness of the body. Thank you so much for your response
  13. Thank you for your input! For me, i seem to have good and bad weeks. Depending on diet, stress, sleep patterns etc. When I first started, I felt awful, then I changed my lifestyle and I had nearly no symptoms for about a month or so. They did come back, but they are manageable now. Thank you for your input. I really do appreciate it.
  14. Thank you so much for your response. I am still young (22) so I am trying to live my life to the fullest while I can. I really do appreciate the advice. I'm still trying to figure this all out. I like learning new things, so I'm trying to absorb any advice and info I can get. Thank you again
  15. Hello everyone, I'm glad to have found this community. This is just a general post to see if anyone can relate to my situation. I was undiagnosed for nearly 3 years with strange symptoms. I started to get this very sick feeling roughy 3 years ago, where I felt feverish, stomach problems, fatigue and migraines. I would just lay in bed and would feel awful. This was going on for nearly a year and a half. However, as it developed, I changed my diet (nearly paleo) and I started to exercise regularly (started off doing about 30 min 3x/ week) and now I am up to at least 6x/ week doi
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